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ATI w/ magnets and XFI/XIM

OK.... Posted on the FAST forum without any good feedback.

I currently use a 60-2 reluctor Wheel for my FAST XFI/XIM inj/ign system on a 302W. Thinking of getting a New balancer, an ATI unit With magnets seems like a good idea, putting the balancer closer to the front of the Block. I run an Explorer cam sync and run LS coils.

ATI balancer can have up to 16 magnets in a 6" Shell. 24 in a 7".

In the FAST Tech papers I figure I can run 4x crank signal w/ the cam sync. 4x has too little resolution?

In the papers I also find following ignition strategy possible: "24X (EVEN) 24 Pulse Dist. Plug"

Does anyone on her know what this means? Can I run 24 evenly Distributed magnets in the balancer... and ALSO; can it use the 1- tooth cam signal?

347 8.2" deck, Vic Jr, Edelbrock XT, FAST XFI 2.0, A5 10.9 1/4 mile (will be in the 9's 2016)
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